Price Expansion and Retraction: The Rubber Band Effect

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The Top Oil ETFs to Watch as Crude Shows Signs of Recovery


Crude oil has been a fickle trade.

Over the last few weeks, it’s been showing signs of weakness as volatility shot higher on trade war, and recess fears. However, oil is again showing signs of life thanks to a bigger than expected draw of supply inventories. 

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Why General Electric CEO Bought $2 Million Worth of Stock


One of the best ways to spot opportunity is by tracking insider buying.

After all, who knows the company better than company executives, especially if they’re buying a sizable number of shares. Remember, insiders don’t often put up their own money unless they believed the move would be profitable.

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Technical Analysis: Why Fibonacci Retracement Levels are Essential


Bollinger Bands. Relative Strength. The Golden Cross. Cup and Handle Patterns.

These are just a handful of terms associated with technical analysis. The idea behind this style of trading is based on two key ideas.

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Why Gold Prices Suddenly Exploded Higher


Panic returned in a big, big way in August 2019.

All as a drop in global bond yields raise concerns about a slowing economy.

 

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How to Use MACD and RSI in Your Trading


If you truly want to make money in the markets, pay attention to fear and greed.

Remember, most investors are irrational. They buy because everyone else is. They sell because everyone else does. And in doing so, they send stocks up, or even down far too much. If you can spot those very overreactions, you can do very well in the markets. 

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Energy ETF Spotlight: Three Top Ways Investors are Trading Iran Tensions


With tensions boiling, Iran has said it was willing to meet with the U.S.

“If the U.S. will lift crippling sanctions, and returns to the 2015 nuclear deal, Iran is ready to meet,” according to President Hassan Roubini, as quoted by Reuters in July 2019. “We have always believed in talks. If they lift sanctions, end the imposed economic pressure and return to the deal, we are ready to hold talks with America today, right now, and anywhere.”

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